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Through the veil of the looking-glass
Copyright © 2020 Vain and Hopeless. All rights reserved.
01.
Crossroads
3:20
02.
No one's son
5:31
03.
The sevens sins
3:57
04.
A long journey inward
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05.
White
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06.
Between the Hell and the Heaven
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07.
The stained angel
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08.
The hateful eight
Lyrics
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09.
God is a Devil
Lyrics
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10.
Running on the edge of the bridge
Lyrics
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11.
Heal Heaven
Lyrics
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12.
November 21st
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13.
The Fallens' anthem
Lyrics
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14.
Diamond and Spade
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Between the Hell and the Heaven
Today I found myself alone 
And I don't know the way I roam 
Nameless, unable to flee 
Here there's nothing else than me 
But there's so much noise in my head 
A voice forcin' me to accept 
I take my primary sigh 
The pain of the first fright 
 
Between the sun and the rain 
Between the Hell and the Heaven 
Without light there's the Devil who pulls my wires 
As I'm here by the fate so there I'll roam 
 
God made me my love forget 
Now I'm nothing more than hate 
What if my heart can't repent 
My existance will be forever dreamt 
But there's too much noise in my head 
A shout pushin' me to accept 
I'm full of latest sighs 
And I sweat all your fears through my eyes 
 
Between the sun and the rain 
Between the Hell and the Heaven 
Without light there's the Devil who pull my wires 
But I'm just an ain't and here I roam  
 
Without light there's the Devil who pull my wires 
As I'm here by the fate so here I roam ! 
 
 
Between the sun and the rain 
Between the Hell and the Heaven 
Without light there's the Devil who pull my wires 
But I'm just an ain't and here I roam  
Between the sun and the rain 
(God made me my love forget) 
Between the Hell and the Heaven 
Without light there's the Devil who pulls my wires 
As I'm here by the fate so there I'll roam
Music & lyrics by : Alyn White McHelly